12 January 2022 - 12 January 2022
2:00PM - 4:00PM
On 1 December 2021 and 12 January 2022 the UK Constitutional Law Association and Durham Law School will hold two online workshops focused on public law teaching
Public law experts will initiate informal discussion on a range of issues as a means of sharing best practice and prompting reflection on common issues in the teaching of compulsory and optional public law modules.
Two sessions will – on 12 January – focus on (i) innovations in teaching delivery and (ii) challenges which resonate across the sector (including ECR reflections on the management of teaching, the interplay between teaching and impact/engagement activity, and the places and influences of EU laws in public law teaching).
Workshop 2 – 12 January 2022, 2-4pm
Panel 1 (2-3pm): Innovation in Delivery
- John Stanton (City);
- Gabriel Tan;
- Joe Tomlinson (York);
- Hélène Tyrrell (Newcastle).
Panel 2 (3-4pm): Sectoral Challenges
- Anurag Deb (Queen’s University Belfast);
- Lewis Graham (Oxford);
- Emily Hancox (Bristol);
- Elizabeth O’Loughlin (Durham).
To sign up for the 12 January workshop: https://durhamuniversity.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_d6uuGYjfR0yqgo_kFW8nWw
The events are open to all, free to attend and will include reflections on public law teaching from current and recent research students, as well as colleagues with varied institutional and practical experiences of public law teaching.